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is the only way of stabilizing debt. the sink guegle biggest driver medicare. so if we don't make those tough decisions now, all we've done is a european style kick the can down the road and, you know, it's tough to cut entitlements and it's tough to cap deductions. austerity doesn't have to look like just taxing your way out of it. if you want to not work, you just tax your way out of it. >> i think we have to remember that this is politics and not economics going on here. that's the most important thing i think people have to remember. and we know we want more revenue and cut spending. that's why we have the problem to begin with. you have to accept that issue. le politicians aren't willing to accept that issue yet. both are at extremes. if you accept they're both at exseee extre extremes, how did we raise revenue. because the politics, not because of economics, they will not raise marginal rates. >> although we have heard some people say they would go along with that. >> i agree. the center is actually saying that. but i think -- so if the democrats know that, which everybody knows, give o
medicare. we've passed cut cap and balance. the democrats have shown us nothing other than how them's increase taxes by about $75 billion when economic growth will return $750 billion. >> ron, try that line, here's the pen, i'll sign it if -- say i got a pen i can lend you, mr. president forks that pen that you have that will sign -- i let him have the floor. i can say what he said. but $75 billion. we're doing back flips about $75 billion and we have a trillion dollar problem. but that's all you hear. people nodding behind him. $75 billion out of a trillion. that's all we're talk about. and no interests in talking about anybody else. >> and they take entitlement reform off the table. labor leaders were pleased when they left the white house. president obama, show us your plan, show the american people your plan. >> senator, thank you. >> thank you. >>> coming up, what negotiations in washington mean for trading on wall street. we'll ask the man who manages more than $150 billion next. >>> coming up, what negotiations [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, th
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